Below are references used in the Reciprocal Research Guidebook and additional sources for further learning compiled by the authors.

Additional Resources

Education Equity and Reciprocity

MSU Main Library

Absolon, K. E. (2011). Kaandossiwin: How We Come to Know. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing.

Calderon, D. (2014). Speaking back to manifest destinies: A land education-based approach to critical curriculum inquiry. Environmental Education Research, 20(1), 24-36.

Cardinal, T. and Fenichel, S. (2017), “Indigenous Education, Relational Pedagogy, and Autobiographical Narrative Inquiry: A Reflective Journey of Teaching Teachers”, Crossroads of the Classroom (Advances in Research on Teaching, Vol. 28), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 243-273.

Gilbert, S., & Tillman, G. (2017). Teaching practise utilising embedded indigenous cultural standards. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 46(2), 173-181.

Lowe, K., Harrison, N., Tennent, C. et al. (2019). Factors affecting the development of school and Indigenous community engagement: A systematic review. Australian Educational Researcher 46, 253–271.

Matson, L., Ng, G. H. C., Dockry, M., Nyblade, M., King, H. J., Bellcourt, M., Bloomquist, J., Bunting, P., Chapman, E., Dalbotten, D., Davenport, M. A., Diver, K., Duquain, M., Graveen, W. J., Hagsten, K., Hedin, K., Howard, S., Howes, T., Johnson, J., ... Waheed, A. (2021). Transforming research and relationships through collaborative tribal-university partnerships on Manoomin (wild rice). Environmental Science and Policy, 115, 108-115.

Pidgeon, M. E. (2008). It takes more than good intentions : institutional accountability and responsibility to indigenous higher education (T). University of British Columbia.

Pidgeon, M. (2008b). Pushing against the margins: Indigenous theorizing of ‘success’ and retention in higher education. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 10(3): 339–360.

Pidgeon, M. (2014). Moving beyond good intentions: Indigenizing higher education in British Columbia universities through institutional responsibility and accountability. Journal of American Indian Education, 53(2): 7–28.

Pidgeon, M., Archibald, J., Hawkey, C. (2014). Relationships matter: supporting Aboriginal graduate students in British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 44(1): 1–21.

Pidgeon, M. (2016a). More than a checklist: meaningful Indigenous inclusion in higher education. Social Inclusion, 4(1): 77–91.

Surface-Evans, S.L. (2016). A Landscape of Assimilation and Resistance: The Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 20(3), 574- 588. Surface-Evans, S.L. & Jones, S.J. (2020). Discourses of the Haunted: An Intersubjective Approach to Archaeology at the Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School. Archeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, 31(1), 110- 121.

Tuck, E., & Habtom, S. (2019). Unforgetting place in Urban education through Creative Participatory visual methods. Educational Theory, 69(2), 241-256.

Whyte, K.P., Reo, N.J., McGregor, D., Smith, M.A., Jenkins, J.F., & Rubio, K.A. (2017). Seven Indigenous principles for successful cooperation in Great Lakes conservation initiatives. Biodiversity, Conservation, and Environmental Management in the Great Lakes Basin: 182-194.

Whyte, K. (2018). Critical investigations of resilience: A brief introduction to Indigenous environmental studies & sciences. Daedalus, 147(2), 136-147.

Indigenizing Research Practices and Partnerships

Atalay, S. (2012). Guiding Principles of Community-Based Participatory Research. In Community-Based Archaeology: Research with, by, and for Indigenous and Local Communities: 55-88. University of California Press.

Brayboy B.M.J., & Bang M. (2019). Societal Issues Facing Indigenous Education: Introduction. In: McKinley E., Smith L. (eds) Handbook of Indigenous Education. Springer, Singapore.

Cajete, G. (1999). Native Science: Natural Laws of Interdependence. Santa Fe: Clear Light Publishing.

David-Chavez, D. M., & Gavin, M. C. (12/14/2018). A global assessment of indigenous community engagement in climate research. Institute of Physics Publishing.

Harries, J. (2021). Some Ethical and Procedural Requirements for Research by Westerners amongst Indigenous People. Currents in Theology and Mission, 48(1).

Kimmerer, R. W. (2017). The Covenant of Reciprocity. In J. Hart (Ed)., The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Ecology: 368-381. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Kovach, M. (2009). Doing Indigenous Research in a Good Way — Ethics and Reciprocity. In Indigenous Methodologies: Characteristics, Conversations and Contexts: 141-155. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Kovach, M. (2009). Epistemology and Research: Centering Tribal Knowledge. In Indigenous Methodologies: Characteristics, Conversations, and Contexts (pp. 55-74). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Lavallé, L. (2016). Reconciling Ethical Research with Métis, Inuit, and First Nations People. Division of Extended Education’s Summer Session Visiting Scholars Program and the Health, Leisure, and Human Performance Research Institute.

McGregor, D. (2013). Anishinaabe environmental knowledge. In A. Kulnieks, D. R. Longboat & K. Young (Eds.), Contemporary Studies in Environmental and Indigenous Pedagogies: A Curricula of Stories and Place (pp. 77–88). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

McKinley, B., Brayboy, J., & Chin, J. (2019). A match made in heaven: Tribal critical race theory and critical indigenous research methodologies. In J. T. DeCuirGunby, T. K. Chapman & P. A. Schutz (Eds.), (1st ed., pp. 51-63). Routledge.

Michell, H. (2009). Gathering berries in northern contexts: A woodlands Cree metaphor for community-based research. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 7(1): 65-73.

Sandoval, C. D. M., Lagunas, R. M., Montelongo, L. T., & Díaz, M. J. (2016). Ancestral knowledge systems: A conceptual framework for decolonizing research in social science. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 12(1), 18-31.

Sasakamoose, J., Bellegarde, T., Sutherland, W., Pete, S., & McKay-McNabb, K. (2017). Miýo-pimātisiwin developing indigenous cultural responsiveness theory (ICRT): Improving indigenous health and well-being. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 8(4).

Smith, L. T. (2012). Articulating an Indigenous Research Agenda. In Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (2nd Edition): 215- 219. London: Zed Books.

Starblanket, G. (2018). Complex Accountabilities: Deconstructing “the Community” and Engaging Indigenous Feminist Research Methods. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 42(4), 1-20.

Sumida Huaman, E., & Mataira, P. (2019). Beyond community engagement: centering research through Indigenous epistemologies and peoplehood. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 15(3), 281–286.

Whyte, K. (2017). Indigenous Climate Change Studies: Indigenizing Futures, Decolonizing the Anthropocene. English Language Notes, 55(1-2): 153-162.

Affirming Tribal Sovereignty

Bear, L. L. (2000). Jagged Worldviews Colliding. In M. Battiste (Ed.), Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision, 77-85. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

Bell, N. (2013). Living Spiritually with Respect, Relationship, Reciprocity, and Responsibility. In A. Kulnieks, D. R. Longboat and K. Young (Eds.), Contemporary Studies in Environmental and Indigenous Pedagogies: A Curricula of Stories and Place: 89–108. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.

Bowman, W. N. (2019). Nation-to-Nation Evaluation: Governance, Tribal Sovereignty, and Systems Thinking through Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluations. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, 34(2), 343–356.

Brown, H. E. (2020). Who Is an Indian Child? Institutional Context, Tribal Sovereignty, and Race-Making in Fragmented States. American Sociological Review, 85(5), 776–805.

Coulthard, G. (2010). Place Against Empire: Understanding Indigenous Anti-Colonialism. Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action. 4: 79-83.

Deloria, V. (1985) American Indian Policy: In the Twentieth Century. University of Oklahoma Press.

Deloria, V.(1974). Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties- An Indian Declaration of Independence. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Fisher, A. H. (2020). ‘Defenders and Dissidents: Cooks landing and the fight to Define tribal sovereignty in the red Power Era’. Comparative American Studies An International Journal, 17(2), 117-141. doi:10.1080/14775700.2020.1724 017.

Hansen, K. N. (2020). Uncivil Rights: The Abuse of Tribal Sovereignty and the Termination of American Indian Tribal Citizenship. IAFOR Journal of Cultural Studies, 5(1).

Harjo, L. (2019). The Lush Promise of Sovereignty. In Spiral to the Stars: Mvskoke Tools of Futurity: 49-80.

Latulippe, N., & Klenk, N. (2020). Making room and moving over: knowledge co-production, Indigenous knowledge sovereignty and the politics of global environmental change decision-making. Environmental Sustainability, 42: 7–14.

O’Brien, S. (1989). American Indian Tribal Government. University of Oklahoma Press.

Saunkeah, B., Beans, J.A., Peercy, M.T., Hiratsuka, V.Y., & Spicer, P. (2021). Extending Research Protections to Tribal Communities. American Journal of Bioethics, 15: 1 -13.

Wilkinson, C.F. (2004). Indian Tribes As Sovereign Governments: A Sourcebook on Federal-Tribal History, Law, and Policy (2nd ed., p. 29). Oakland, CA: American Indian Lawyer Training Program.

Zinn, H. (2003). A People’s History of the United States: 1492-Present. Harpercollins Publishers.